I'd second this. We have enough problems with the netblazer just as
a dial-in modem pool. I wouldn't even consider it to be reliable as
a router. Cisco seems to be a brick for us though.
com (Jim Thompson) wrote:
> Personally, I can't say much in favor of the NetBlazer. We have one here,
> and for the past 10 months, we've fought bug after bug, occasionally having
> to resort to reading RFCs to Telebit's technical support. (Hell, they broke
> IP fragmentation in 2.X.)
> I think Cisco makes a much better product.
> (Who has nothing to do with Cisco, and who has refrained from pushing
> the product that he makes money on.)